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[audio]David Cope part 1 - Cope, David
David Cope presents a class at the Naropa Institute, July 8, 1980. He focuses on publishing and editing, and the work of Charles Reznikoff. He introduces Reznikoff's writing, his work in Hollywood, and indeterminancy and objectivism in Reznikoff's poetry. He also reads some of Reznikoff's work, including Just before the sun goes down. This is class 1 of 4.
Downloads: 159
[audio]David Cope part 2 July 1980 - Cope, David
David Cope, July 1980. Cope continues his reading and discussion of Charles Reznikoff, including "Just before the sun goes down." This is class 2 of 4.
Downloads: 144
[audio]David Cope part 4 July 1980 - Cope, David; Corso, Gregory; Ginsberg, Allen
David Cope class. Cope talks about imagist and objectivist poetry. He reads several of his poems including "Baseball" and "The Stars." He and Allen Ginsberg dialogue about some other poets: Reznikov, Hartley, etc. Gregory Corso tells a story about Trungpa Rinpoche.continues on 80P125. This is class 4 of 4.
Downloads: 371
[audio]David Cope, part 3 July 1980 - David Cope
A visiting professor class by David Cope. This part of the class includes Gregpry Corso, Allen Ginsberg, and Andy Clausen. Corso explains his theory on the dawn of consciousness and Clausen Reads Whitman's "Leaves of Grass" and "The Song of Myself" continued from 80P126. This is class 3 of 4.
Keywords: David Cope
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[audio]David Cope, part 4 July 1980 - David Cope
David Cope talks about imagist and objectivist poetry. He reads several of his poems including "Baseball" and "The Stars". He and Allen Ginsberg dialogue about some other poets. Resnikov, Hartley, etc. Gergory Corso tells a story about Trungpa Rinpoche continues on 80P125. This class is part 4 of 4.
Downloads: 121
[audio]David Rome The Tradition of Peacemaking - David Rome
This is a tape of a David Rome lecture on topic: The Fruition of Peacemaking. Rome mostly explores Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche's notion of enlightened society. He also discusses the mandala principle, the tension between the political and the spiritual, activism individually and in community, and "now-ness."
Downloads: 186
[audio]Diane di Prima reading July 1987 - diPrima, Diane
A Diane di Prima reading, accompanied by Art Landy. Di Prima reads poems that span her career until that point, including "Loba" poems.
Downloads: 215
[audio]Diane diPrima class on Ezra Pound. - diPrima, Diane
Diane diPrima discusses Ezra Pound, reading from The Cantos and Personae. From "The Cantos," diPrima focuses on "Canto 13." From "Personae" she focuses on "Exile's Letter" and "Hugh Selwyn Mauberly." Also contains a student reading of "Canto 16." Keywords: New American Poetry, beat movement, imagist poetry, epic poetry, objectivist poetry
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[audio]Diane diPrima class on Ezra Pound. - diPrima, Diane
Diane diPrima discusses Ezra Pound, reading from The Cantos and Personae. From "The Cantos," diPrima focuses on "Canto 13." From "Personae" she focuses on "Exile's Letter" and "Hugh Selwyn Mauberly." Also contains a student reading of "Canto 16." Keywords: New American Poetry, beat movement, imagist poetry, epic poetry, objectivist poetry
Downloads: 640
[audio]Diane diPrima workshop, Jack Kerouac Conference. - diPrima, Diane
First half of a Diane diPrima workshop, with writing exercises read aloud and a discussion of inflection and pronouns in writing. This workshop took place during the 1982 Jack Kerouac Conference at the Naropa Institute. (Continues on 82p268B.) Keywords: New American Poetry, beat movement, goddess and literature, spirituality and literature
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[audio]Diane diPrima, Allen Ginsberg, and Anne Waldman reading, July, 1994. - Myles, Eileen; Ondaatje, Michael
Second half of a poetry reading at the Fox Theater, featuring Michael Ondaatje reading from The English Patient and other works, and Eileen Myles reading "Robin" from Chelsea Girls. (Continued from 94P041B)
Downloads: 208
[audio]Diane diPrima, Allen Ginsberg, and Anne Waldman reading, July, 1994. - diPrima, Diane; Ginsberg, Allen; Waldman, Anne
First half of a performance with Naropa faculty members Allen Ginsberg, Anne Waldman, Diane DiPrima, Michael Ondaatje, and Eileen Myles performing songs, poetry, and prose at the Fox Theater in Boulder, Colorado. Selections include Ginsberg's "End and prayer blues," Waldman's "Jack Kerouac dream" and "Litany against AIDS," diPrima's "Neighborhood" and "I fail as a dharma teacher" Ondaatje's "Brother thief" and excerpts from his book The English Patient, and Myles's "Robin," as well as many other...
Downloads: 332
[audio]Diane diPrima, Jerome Rothenberg and Jim White reading, August, 1976. - diPrima, Diane; Rothenberg, Jerome; White, Jim
Second half of a reading by Diane diPrima, Jerome Rothenberg and Jim White. White reads "Silent of a wind rising," "Submissions," "Captain lonliness," "Little deaths,""Take into a room," "Rejections," "Nativity," "The hunt," "My lady we are being hunted," "Guard the paths," "A poem of beavers" and "Old man beaver's blessing song." (Continued from 76P124.)
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[audio]Diane diPrima, Jerome Rothenberg and Jim White reading, August, 1976. - diPrima, Diane; Rothenberg, Jerome; White, Jim
First half of a reading by Jerome Rothenberg, Diane diPrima and Jim White. Rothenberg reads "The Chicago poem" and "13th horse song of Frank Mitchell." diPrima reads "Tundra" and "For HD." White reads "The clay dancer" and "Coyote's wife." (Continued on 76P125.)
Downloads: 393
[audio]Don Byrd lecture, On poets and poetry, June, 1996. - Byrd, Don
Don Byrd lectures on poetics. He states that poets are working with compost and that art is the management of desire. He looks at poetry in the context of the evolution of human culture, modernism, and postmodernism. At one point he stops so that the audience can appreciate the sound of a storm outside.
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